- Anatomy of Injustice is a true story of how an innocent man ends up on death row when state officials engage in unethical and possibly illegal conduct — Bonner examines the legal ramifications of capital punishment while telling the inspiring tale of a lawyer with her own incredible life story.
- Uncovered truths in El Salvador, Rwanda, Bosnia, Peru, Sudan, Indonesia, Kuwait and Kurdistan
- Award-winning publications include Weakness and Deceit: U.S. Policy and El Salvador, Waltzing with a Dictator: The Marcoses and the Making of American Policy, At the Hand of Man: Peril and Hope for Africa’s Wildlife.
Most of us Americans don't have a clue about how the criminal court system really operates and we need a good writer like Bonner to take us through, step by step. But be warned: If you have pressing duties waiting, don't begin reading this book. This is seductive storytelling at its best.
An important addition to the body of evidence against the death penalty.
Raymond Bonner’s Anatomy of Injustice is a powerful and poignant analysis of the case of Edward Lee Elmore. Bonner’s voice is a profound force for truth and justice in our difficult times!